Tortilla with Egg and Corn.

We are talking about rich cheesy tortilla with corn and egg . For a delicious breakfast with the family .

A huge layers of cheese within the tortilla. In each bite you can taste the rich cheesy bite. The corn has its strong taste for a strong taste.

What is Tortilla?

Tortilla is kind of bread which is used in many different recipes. Tortilla is round, thin, flat bread made from cornmeal or sometimes it is made from wheat flour.

For me I am in love with any corn recipe. I can use both the natural corn or frozen one. As corn one of my favourite I always add it to most of my recipes. My refrigerator is filled with frozen corn, so I can easily add it to any of my dishes. I put the amount of corn that i need in a dish, then put in the microwave for one minutes. If the ice does not thaw out of corn, I add one more minutes cause the time depends on the amount you added.

Here is the recipe, hope you enjoy it.


Cook time: 5 minutes.

Level : Easy

Serve: 1 persons



  • 1 Tortilla.
  • 1 tomato.
  • 1 pepper.
  • 1 egg.
  • Green olive.
  • Mozzarella cheese.
  • Creamy cheese.
  • Cheddar cheese.
  • Thyme .
  • Corn.


  • On the tortilla spread creamy cheese . Then cut the tomato, pepper and the green olive into small pieces. Add another layer of cheddar cheese slices.
  • Add the veggie on the top on the creamy cheese. If you don’t have creamy cheese you can skip this step, as you will add more cheese on the tortilla.
  • Add the corn into the tortilla. You can use both the fresh or frozen corn. For frozen corn, I put it in the microwave for one minutes.
  • Then add mozzarella cheese for the cheesy strong taste.
  • Coon the eggs. Put the eggs into a deep dish and add one spoon of milk. And some mozzarella cheese and whisk all the mixture well.
  • All the egg mixture to a heated pot. Keep mix the eggs in the pot till it is well cooked.
  • Add the cooked eggs on the tortilla.
  • Warp the tortilla with all the cheese, corn and eggs ingredients.
  • On a heated pan add the tortilla to be grilled. Wait till one side is grilled then flip it into the other side and grill it too. This will take at most one moment.
  • Serve when it is hot.

Cook note:

  • Be careful when you grill the tortilla, so it will not burn out. Tortilla is a very soft kind of a bread so it does not need too much time to be grilled.

Nutrition Facts:

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calorie a day is day ie used for general nutrition advice.

Bon Appetite.


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  2. Angelina says:

    This recipe was really good. I tried both flour and corn tortillas and preferred the flour because they let the egg flavor shine through and the corn tortillas taste and texture was too strong. I had to cook them about 10 minutes longer than the recipe recommended. I used green onions. My husband thought mushrooms would be a good addition. I ll try adding crumbled bacon next time. This would be a fun recipe to use when RV camping with friends because they re cute and can be eaten without utensils. I reheated two the next morning for one minute on high in the micro wave and they were even better with stronger flavor the next day. Absolutely delighted! Used corn tortillas. I love the comment about toasting the extra strips for dipping! Genius!


    1. Thanks a lot for your comment. I am very delighted that you like the recipe. Yeah I think mushrooms will be a good choice too. About crumbled bacons it is good choice too, I sometimes use pastrami in tortillas and they are incredible.


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